SpongeBob SquarePants DOOM Mod Lets Squidward Get Ultimate Revenge

A Spongebob-themed DOOM mod lets players take on the role of a vengeful Squidward who exacts revenge on Bikini Bottom after being fired from The Krusty Krab.

A new LOSS mod gave the role of Doom Slayer to Squidward of Bikini Bottom, allowing players to help the iconic Sponge Bob SquarePants exact revenge character. Classic shooter modding is common in the LOSS community, with fans adding new characters, environments and gameplay elements. the LOSS The series has been around since 1993, with a total of seven mainline games released for the series.

Typically the LOSS The series centers on a space marine tasked with battling demons and the undead in order to save humanity. The groundbreaking shooter series has always been mod-friendly and is considered by many to be one of the first games to popularize modding. Early titles contained easily editable WADs – short for “where is all the data?– which players used to create new levels, characters, etc. As the series continued, LOSS developers would eventually release the source code for their games, allowing even more modding freedom. Although outdated, WADs are still used in the illustrious world of LOSS modding today for use in the game’s source ports.


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A new mod from Doomworld user ContrastSaturation (via Destructoid) allows players to play as the Vengeful Squidward in a detail LOSS mod. The mod is titled The Bikini Bottom Massacreand follows Squidward, who is described as “just got fired from his job at the Krusty Krab and is out for revenge.” According to the description, the mod offers 13 different levels that will look familiar to Sponge Bob SquarePants fans, such as The Krusty Krab, Jellyfish Fields and Rock Bottom. A trailer on the Time Wasting Enjoyer Youtube channel showcases the mod’s gameplay and multiple levels. Squidward can be seen battling familiar characters like Patrick Star and Reg, the tough bouncer from The Salty Spitoon, using a bubble wand, spatula, and more as weapons.

Click here to see the video on Youtube.

Although there have been many LOSS Particularly noteworthy are mods over the years that overhaul the entire game into a completely different experience. With so many characters, levels and weapons, this mod must have taken an extraordinary amount of time to create, and is a true showcase of how much LOSS can be modified by modding. The Bikini Bottom Massacre will of course be very exciting to Spongebob fans, who will no doubt appreciate the creator’s knowledge of the show and the sheer amount of detail they’ve included of the show.

When developers allow their games to be easily modded, the game is likely to have much more longevity and a larger fanbase than those without modding capabilities. Players can bring their own creative visions to life and add new content to a game indefinitely, keeping fans coming back for more. the LOSS series is a great example – this mod is designed to work with a source port of DOOM 2, which was originally released in 1994 but remains popular to this day due to its massive modding community. This impressive and inventive Spongebob mod is a testament to the creativity of the LOSS modding community, and may even attract new fans to the classic shooter series.

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Source: ContrastSaturation/Doomworld (via Destructoid), Time Wasting Enjoyer/Youtube

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